“Tosh appears on the cover of ‘Equal Rights’ in a Che Guevara-style beret and sunglasses. It's all part of a militant persona that has led [reggae archivist] Steffens to describe Bob Marley as reggae's Martin Luther King and Tosh as its Malcolm X. But Steffens also says this persona was deliberate and calculated.” - NPR, 2011. Listen closely:
“Tosh believed in action. Standing 6ft 4in in his black beret and often wielding a guitar shaped in the form of an M16 assault rifle, he was the most militant member of the world's greatest reggae band, The Wailers. Next to him, Bob Marley looked like a mere pop star.” - The Independent, 2013
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